Wireless Radio Modules offer optimized receiver sensitivity.

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Carrier-class IEEE 802.11 a/b/g wireless mini-PCI radio modules DLM106 and DLM106, respectively, support extended frequency ranges of 4.8-6.0 GHz and 2.3-2.7 GHz and programmable 5/10/20/40 MHz channel width for operation in licensed/unlicensed bands. Rated over 1,000 mW, both radios are based on Atheros sixth generation 802.11a/b/g AR5414A chipset and include features such as Adaptive Noise Immunity, QoS, and IEEE 802.11i security standards.



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Doodle Labs Introduces Industry's Highest Performance IEEE 802.11a/b/g Radio Modules



Singapore, February 19, 2009

Doodle Labs, a leader in ruggedized, industrial wireless networking products, today announced the availability of the carrier-class IEEE 802.11 a/b/g wireless mini-PCI radio modules. These modules are the first ever >1000mW radios that support extended frequency ranges of 4.8 - 6.0 GHz (DLM105) and 2.3 GHz to 2.7 GHz (DLM106), programmable 5/10/20/40 MHz channel width for the operation in the licensed/unlicensed bands (e.g. WiFi, WiMax, Home Land Security, ISM bands).

In addition to the highest-power and extended frequency ranges, the radio modules also feature industry best receiver sensitivity, linear output power amplifiers in balanced mode to deliver high power at lowest EVM (Error Vector Magnitude), advanced filtering for improved noise immunity as part of their industry-leading performance offering. The mini-PCI modules are based on the Atheros 6th generation 802.11a/b/g AR5414A chipset and include advanced features such as Adaptive Noise Immunity, QoS, and latest IEEE 802.11i security standards.

The design of the DLM105 and DLM106 mini-PCI radio modules feature dual MMCX antenna connectors for flexibility in system design with diversity or internal/external antenna selection options. The low loss, rugged MMCX connectors allow for improved mechanical stability and the use of higher quality, lower loss antenna cables. The radios have built-in RF surge protection circuit, which can significantly improve radio reliability in harsh ESD and EMP sensitive environments. The operating temperature range is from -40° C to +85° C.

"The development of these radios was driven by our OEM customers who have been using our radio cards for almost 10 years in various applications deployed around the world," said Raghu PV, General Manager of Doodle Labs. "The feature set bundled in these radios is the result of an accumulation of suggestions and feedback we have obtained over the years from customer interactions and shared field performance experiences."

The DLM105 and DLM106 modules are now sampling and volume shipments will begin on March 1, 2009. The modules will carry modular FCC, IC, and CE approvals (in progress). The radio modules are compatible with Atheros' Linux MADWIFI and Windows XP drivers as well as various Linux routing operating systems like Antcor Ikarus and Mikrotik.

About Doodle Labs -

Doodle Labs is a technology development company focusing on the design, and manufacturing of ruggedized, high Performance, high quality, Industrial wireless IP communication modules and systems. Doodle Labs products help OEMs to leverage the cost effective wireless IP technology to enable high value cutting edge applications. Doodle Labs is a privately held company with headquarters in Singapore. http://doodle-labs.com/

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